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What is Digital Native Enterprise

Imagination, Creativity, and Responsible Management in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
An organisation in which processes, transactions and interactions are largely technology-enabled.
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Knowledge Management and the Digital Native Enterprise
Deonie Francesca Botha (Deloitte & Touche, South Africa)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-9188-7.ch008
This chapter will provide insights into the positioning and manifestation of knowledge management in a digital native enterprise. The findings of the literature review will be enhanced with the findings from three use cases reflecting on the infliction point between knowledge management and work performed in the digital native enterprise. The aforementioned will enable early insights into the role and contribution of knowledge management in an ecosystem where people and devices are seamlessly connected and strategic decisions are needed in respect of the positioning and manifestation of knowledge management, as well as the skillfulness required by knowledge managers within the construct of the digital native enterprise.
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